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He did this to signalise his disapprobation of royalty, and his preference for democratic equality.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
It was with great disapprobation that he heard Napoleon accept Caulaincourt's advice, and determine to advance to Moscow.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
He had already observed here and there something of the disapprobation which had manifested itself in Sivert Jespersen's remark.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
The first words of disapprobation and harsh criticism came from an unexpected quarter—from Laroche.
It met with the disapprobation ab initio of all men competent to form an opinion on Indian affairs.
A buzz of disapprobation was heard all over the house, and such words as these fell upon listening ears: 'An Abolition affair!
THE BOYS OF '61CHARLES CARLETON COFFIN.
Arrival of Q. Caecilius and his disapprobation of the measures taken in regard to Sparta.
Nothing in the character of Burr had ever awakened so much disapprobation as his occasional sneers at religion.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
This formula was, the historian tells us, received with a storm of disapprobation by the third order.
Some influential members of his own cabinet did not conceal their disapprobation of a step on which they had not been consulted.
ENDYMIONBENJAMIN DISRAELI

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